I am pleased to say that I didn’t get too disheartened by the failure of my first attempt and I have now made a whole new dome. Admittedly on a more modest scale, but this one actually worked and has all the right proportions of a dome. It’s also incredibly light, and for it’s weight,… Continue reading Geodesic Dome II
Here are my pictures of the perigee Full Moon conjuction… Enjoy!
Here is a cake baked by my wife and decorated by me. It’s another way to be creative and tastes good too!
Being all mathematical I’ve been long fascinated by geodesic domes. There are instructions in many places on the web for a method involving rolling tubes of newspaper up and then stapling them together in the right configuration to make a dome. Newspaper being free, I thought I’d have a go… This is actually the best it ever managed. Having… Continue reading Geodesic domes
>I bought middle DS (aged 6) a huge box of Lego for Christmas/Solstice. I’ve found it’s a really good way to be creative – like a rapid prototyping tool. Although now I’ve got a project I’m investing lots of time and effort into it to do the best I can at it. The end product… Continue reading >The Joy of Lego